The subtitle of this book is "How to discredit religious thought and rebuild your identity." You can find it easily on amazon. The wording of the book is very complex, but not in such a way that it was difficult for me to follow. After reading it for awhile, you realize that it has to be that way... the wording needs to be very precise, because if it's not it can be argued with.
The book doesn't leave any wiggle room. From beginning to end, there is pretty much nothing any Christian can do to argue (unless of course they haven't been paying attention). I've been an atheist for a long time now, so ordering this book could be seen as a quest to reinforce what I already believe. Though, the good follow up to that is I have read the bible, and most atheists have (as the reason atheists are atheists is usually by informed logic).
Anyway, I was happy to have read this book because I can simply refer to it instead of explaining. People are curious why I'm an atheist when I tell them I am, and explaining such a thing is tiresome... Christians have the liberty of referring to the bible, and now I am glad that I have a text to refer to as well.
I suppose it might also be a good book to try and convince someone to convert to atheism... but we all know that in order for that process to begin, they have to be on the fence to begin with, otherwise they will most likely stop reading at the first thing they can muster disagreement with (which is easy for people to do if they are really hell-bent on doing so).
Thanks for reading.